Aiming to restore vision: a unique collaboration and research centre is created with state funding

With the support of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology, Hungarian scientists announced the establishment of a new research centre in Budapest on Monday. The newly established Brain Vision Center will be one of the world’s most important human translational centres, according to Balázs Rózsa, founder of Femtonics, where they will develop fundamentally new therapeutic and diagnostic tools, led by Professor Botond Roska, also called as a Nobel Prize candidate. In his speech, Minister László Palkovics said that the first discussions about the idea started 2.5 years ago and mentioned that Botond Roska would bring part of his research to Hungary.

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